How to be a meme’s palace guest at the Mingle Party in the Philippines
In a country where a million-dollar mingle party can set you back up to a few thousand pesos, it’s always nice to have someplace to chill.
That’s exactly what the Palace of the Ming, in the southern city of Leyte, has for you when you’re craving something fancy for your party.
In fact, if you want to take it to the next level, head to the Minge Party, where you can grab a VIP spot to host your party and party on.
From a private balcony to a private ballroom, you can host a private party, and if you’re feeling generous, you might even have some friends at the table.
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Minge Party’s menu of drinks, desserts, and snacks comes with a price tag of P200 per person.
That means that you’ll be paying for a party that’s just going to last a few hours.
But what about the food?
The Palace of Minge is also known for offering some of the most unique Filipino dishes on the planet.
There’s the famous Choco-Ming (chocolate and meringue sauce) that is made with a meringo dough and chocolate chips, and it’s also famous for its Pungtong (a spicy pork sausage) and Nung Mang (a fried chicken and sweet chili paste).
But that’s only the beginning.
In addition to the Palace’s mingle-worthy menu, Minge offers several unique cocktails.
There are cocktails made with meringos, including the famous Mingo (made with coconut milk, lime juice, and sugar) that costs P2,000.
The popular Pung Tac (made from beef and pork) is also available at Minge.
And there are ming ganjang cocktails made from roasted peanuts, coconut milk and sugar.